- 810 Dearborn St.
- Houses 150 residents
- Room size: 13' x 16' 7.5"
- Window size: 66.5" high x 92.5" wide
- Floor-to-ceiling height: 9'
- Bed size: 79" x 36" (twin extra long)
- Closet dimensions: 25" deep, 41" wide, 65" tall
- Dresser: three drawers, 3'1" tall, 2'9" wide, 1'8" deep
- Bulletin board: 3'4" tall, 10' wide
- Desk: 4'9" tall, 3'6" wide, 2' deep
Rooms in Irwin Hall are arranged in suites. Two rooms with a connecting bathroom house four people. If you have questions about what to bring and what the halls have, the links on the left will assist you.
Meet the Irwin Hall Staff
Gabrielle “Gabby” Garrison is a first-year graduate school student in the higher education administration master's program at the University of Kansas. Gabby received her undergraduate degree from Emporia State University. She enjoys weightlifting, SCUBA diving and going to coffee shops. During her undergraduate years, she was involved with cross country, yearbook and volunteer organizations. She is looking forward to expanding her experiences with residence life and using her leadership and creativity skills as a professional staff member.
Amanda Love is the senior resident assistant for Irwin Hall. She is a sophomore from Denver, Colorado, studying accounting and business. She is involved in band and Baker Serves. Amanda loves all things Denver Broncos. She looks forward to getting to know the residents in Irwin Hall while providing a fun, healthy living environment.
Madison Brown is a sophomore pre-engineering, physics and chemistry major from Tulsa, Oklahoma. She is involved in Baker Serves and loves to read. She loves the family feeling at Baker and her fun fact is that she has saved lives. Madison is excited to be a part of a hard-working team to help Baker students and welcome future one.
Lauren Jones is a freshman music education major originally from Edna, Kansas, where she attended a high school in southeast Kansas, and she currently lives in Greenville, Texas. She is involved in the National Association for Music Education (NAFME), band and choir. She loves all things that involve music, photography, friends and family. Lauren’s hometown and current town experiences are important to her as an RA, because she wants residents, both out-of-state and in-state, to know she can relate to them throughout their transition to Baker. As an RA, Lauren also looks forward to having a hall full of friends who can look to her for friendship and advice when they need it.
Chelsey Mann is a junior nursing major and music minor from St. Joseph, Missouri. Her favorite color is purple and she is involved in choir, band and Speech Choir. Chelsey’s favorite hobbies are singing and playing clarinet at every possible opportunity. She is looking forward to being helpful and the opportunity to make Irwin Hall enjoyable.
Loic "Frenchy" Vaugirard is a sophomore studying international business. Loic is on the BU football team and is a member of Speech Choir. He speaks three languages and loves to be warm. He looks forward to creating programs for his residents and putting a smile on all their faces.